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This past weekend, the Columbia football team lost 56-0 to Dartmouth. Per the real sports reporters at Spec, this is “the third time this season the Lions have surrendered 50-plus points.” To be fair, it’s not as bad as last year’s 69-0 loss to Hahvahd. Actually that doesn’t make us feel much better. We’ve heard that at […]

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To start up our In Defense Ofs this semester, Staircase Snob Alexandra Svokos decided to tackle one of the most universally abhorred features of Morningside Heights: the Ferris Booth Staircase. Walking down College Walk this morning, I overheard two girls complaining that the university does not provide any space for students to actually interact with […]

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The CAs have planned CU Search—advertised to be “the most epic photo scavenger hunt of all time,” for all CC and SEAS students.  Similar to Assassins—but with less time spent hiding in your target’s closet—you form a team of 3+ people and complete as many clues as possible, recording it all photographically. Plus there are prizes! […]

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Since the very beginning of his (interim) tenure, Deantini has closed his charming emails to the Columbia College student body with an egregious perversion of our fair fight song’s title. Though the Band may disagree, the title and refrain of our fight song is “Roar, Lion, Roar.” Deantini, however, has continued to sign correspondence with […]

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Dorm door tags and floor themes are always cause for a lil’ giggling. We think that’s kinda the point—laughter builds community! Maybe Res Life is on to something here! Here’s a collection of some of our favorites from this year. And we heard through the grapevine that one RA knitted personal coasters for each of […]

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The Abacchalypse approacheth—only 14 days away! Last night, CU Records hosted a battle of the bands to see which Columbia band would get to open for inimitable Snoop Dogg and Das Racist. We now know that CUSH (Columbia University Society of Hip-Hop) came out on top, but Bwog’s resident Rocker Groupie Lily Icangelo was there […]

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We apologize for being a little late to the game on this one (the events  began yesterday), but Clash of the Classes is finally here! As of Friday, we hear that the juniors are in the lead with 1820 points, followed by the freshmen with 1170. You’d think the seniors are slackin’ with only 180 points, but […]

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GHR was pretty much the predictable mixture of highs (warm chocolate cupakes), lows (the speakeasy was predictably out of booze pretty early, but what else did we really expect?) and apathy (traffic on the ramps in between performances was surprisingly orderly, regulated by CCSC-members wielding fancy walkie talkies). Most guests had clearly pregamed event, if […]

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Bwog decrees the 2011 battle has begun. Get your asses out there! Go get ’em! Remember, as of right now, classes aren’t canceled, but the University does say that “conditions are subject to change.”

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